http://www.statesman.com/blogs/cont...horns/entries/2007/09/04/earl_tells_cost.html Longhorn legend Earl Campbell appears Wednesday night on Bob Costas interview show on HBO, CostasNOW, at 8 p.m. Central. They discuss Campbells health issues after a life in football, as well as a hit that Campbell has lived to regret. Not one he suffered, but one he delivered. Costas quizzes Campbell about the memorable 1978 play when he ran over Rams linebacker Isaiah Robertson. Heres a transcript of the exchange: BOB COSTAS: Theres lots of memorable plays. One among many that stands out. Isaiah Robertson was a very good linebacker with the Rams. He has a one-on-one shot at you in the open field. You lower your head right into his chest, and hes out flatter than a pancake. EARL CAMPBELL: That is the one play that I dont talk very much about. BOB COSTAS: Why not? EARL CAMPBELL: They play that so much, back and forth, about him, until I think its damaged his life a little bit. TONY DORSETT: Earl changed that mans whole life. That highlight that they still run today, its a classic. Here comes Isaiah and he just puts that helmet right into his chest and runs flat over him. EARL CAMPBELL: I finally had a chance to see him. And I said, Man, Ive been looking for you for many years, to apologize to you. And hes all, Man, its okay. It was just, you know, its just football. But because of that one run I think it did something to him, you know? BOB COSTAS: It wasnt because he was permanently injured from it. EARL CAMPBELL: No. BOB COSTAS: It shows how good-natured you are. You feel bad EARL CAMPBELL: Yeah. BOB COSTAS: that he was kind of embarrassed or even humiliated by that play. EARL CAMPBELL: Yes.